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2018.12.07 Last Week in Digital Media

Welcome back to Last Week in Digital Media. This week, I’ll include some of the major stories that broke during my the newsletter hiatus. This will also be the second last update of the year given the Holiday season is just around the corner.  FACEBOOKThe last issue covered revelations about Facebook’s alleged behavior toward competitors. During the week, the UK… Read more →

2018.04.20 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s the news you may have missed: GENERAL in the interesting (but odd) category, Amazon released an Android Browser only available in India call “Internet“. It bills itself as smaller,  more secure and private than other browsers. No word on whether it might make it to the US. Snapchat has released new developer capabilities for Lens Studio. New templates include… Read more →

2018.03.23 Last Week in Digital Media

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica incident dominated the headlines and has implications across the entire industry. So this week, this email is part editorial on the event and then other industry news. Summary: A good primer on the controversy can be found on Vox. Cambridge Analytica obtained a substantial amount of Facebook user data through questionable means. Total Facebook users impacted ranges from… Read more →

2018.02.09 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s all the news you may have missed: GENERAL The IPG Media Lab published their 2018 Outlook, highlighting the 4 big trends: all culture is digital; the path ahead for retail; the battle for the home; and brand trust. Snapchat’s quarterly results came out and they outperformed investor expectations. Revenue and Daily Active Users (DAUs) were up – DAUs up 18%.… Read more →

2018.01.05 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s all the news that you might have missed over the holiday break and the first week back. Industry News Rumors are swirling that Amazon is about to introduce advertising on Alexa/Echo devices. Amazon has denied this saying such rumors are false and ill-informed. But the definition of “advertising” on Alexa/Echo is very broad and could be anything from sponsored… Read more →

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